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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS.   ANDREWS.— On the 23rd August, at High-street, Gawler, the wife of John Andrews, of a son.       AUSTIN. —On the 28th August, at the National Bank, Kadina, the wife of J. A. Austin, of a daughter. BADMAN.— On the 10th August, at Myrtle Cottage, Lower Light, the wife of J. Badmann, of a   daughter.     BAKER— On the 26?th August, at Gambierton, South-East, the wife of Walter J. Baker, of a son ;   both doing well.   BRADLY.— On the 24th August, at her residence,   Myrtleville, Flinders-street, Kent Town, Mrs. Frederick Bradly, of a son.     BRAY.— On the 22nd August, at Margarette Villa, Rose Park, the wife of James Bray, of a son,   stillborn.   BUTTROSE.— On the 1st September, at Glen-   moure House, Jeffcott-street, North Adelaide, the wife of J. O. Buttrose, of a son.     CLAXTON.— On the 28th August, at Archer street east, North Adelaide, the wife of W. D. H. Claxton, of a son.   COCKER.— On the 14th August, at Port Adelaide,   the wife of W. J. Cocker, of a daughter.           COLE.— On the 24th August, at Narratta, Balak- lava, the wife of Henry Cole, of a daughter; botb   doing well.     COOMBS.— On the 4th September, at Java Villa, Capper-street, Kent Town, the wife of R. J. Coombs, of a daughter.           COX.— On the 30th August, at Upper Walker-   ville; the wife of Edwin J. Cox, solicitor, of a son.   CRAGEN.— On the 5th Septembcr, at the Black   Swan Hotel, North-terrace, the wife of Thos.   Cragen, of a son.   CROUCH.-On the 10th August, at Millbrook, the wife of J. B. Crouch, of a daughter.     DOUGLAS.— On the 20th August, at Jamestown,   the wife of Donald Douglas, of a son.           DRAKARD.— On the 4th September, at Church Hill, Gawler, the wife of A. Drakard, of a son.     DRYSDALE.-On the 29th August, at Went-   worth (N.S.W.), the wife of J. E. M. Drysdale,   M.A., of a daughter.       FELGATE.— On the 11th August, at Wilcannia,   the wife of Robert Felgate, of a son.     FORREST - On the 29th August, at Wasleys, the wife of George Forrest, of a daughter.       JEFFS.— On the 24th August, at Port Pirie, the wife of John Jeffs, jun., of a daughter, stillborn.   JOHNS.- On the 22nd August, at Port Darwin, the wife of Edwin Johns, of a son ; both doing well. JUDD.— On the 23rd August, at Alma, the wife of Wm. Judd, of a daughter ; both well.   KAST.—On the 18th August, at 101, King William street, Adelaide, the wife of T. Kast, of a daughter. MACDONALD.— On the 6th September, at North terrace, the wife of Harold E. Macdonald, of a son. MALEY.— On the 27th August, at the School house, Port Augusta, the wife of Charles Maley, of a son. NAISMITH.— On the 31st August, at Avonmore House, Yatina, the wife of T. D. Naismith, of a daughter ; doing well. NIGHTINGALE.— On the 3rd September, at Archer-street, North Adelaide, the wife of W. H. Nightingale, of a son. O'CONNELL.-On the 27th August, at Port Pirie, the wife of James O'Connell, of a son ; both doing well. PILE.— On the 29th August, on the Seawall, Glenelg, Mrs. William Pile, of a daughter.   PLUMMER.— On the 28th August, at Gawler, the   wife of J. A. Plummer, of a son. REED.— On the 21st August, at Hawker's-road,   Medindie, the wife of J. H. Reed, of a son.     SEARY.— On the 6th September, at Fisher-street, Norwood, the wife of G. P. Seary, of a daughter.   SMITH.— On the 22nd August, at Archer-street,   North Adelaide, the wife of H. G. Smith, Beach road, Fulham, of a son. THYER.-On the 16th August, at Kooringa, the wife of Joseph Thyer, of a daughter ; both doing well. VERCO.— On the 28th August, at North Ade- laide, the wife of T. B. Verco, of a daughter.   WARD.— On the 21st August, at Boor's Plains, near Kadina, the wifo of James Ward, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ADAMS— BICKFORD.-On July 29, at the Bap- tist Church, Sutton, Surrey, by the Rev. J. Upton Davis, B.A., Henry T. Adams, of Kingsbridge, Devon, to Elizabeth (Bessie), eldest daughter of the late William Bickford, chemist, of Adelaide, South Australia. BENNIER— NICOLSON.-On the 4th Septem- ber, by licence, by the Rev. John Thorne, James Bennier, of Port Broughton, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. James Nicolson, of Crystal Brook. BLANCHARD — O'SULLIVAN. — On the 30th   August, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by licence, by the Rev. R. Reid, Edwin Arthur, youngest son of the late Mr. William Blanchard, of London, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. T. O'Sullivan, of County Kerry, Ireland. BOWEY— BARNES.— On the 3rd September, at the Wesleyan Church, Port Victoria, by the Rev. W. A. Langsford, assisted by the Rev. J. Gilling- ham, William, youngest son of Mr. Richard Bowey, of Port Victoria, to Sarah Ann, second daughter of Mr. James Barnes, of Mount Rat. BRONWICK— CARLAW.-On the 21st August,   at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. W. A. Langsford, John Bronwick, of Port Victoria, to Margaret E., youngest daughter of G. Carlaw, sen., Port Victoria. BROWN—ROBSON.—On the 23rd August, at Warnertown, by Rev. J. Thorne, Henry Brown, of Huddleston, to Margaret Ann May, daughter of Mr. W. Robson, of Warnertown. BURNLEY— BOREHAM.— On the 5th Septem- ber, at the residence of the bride's parents, by licence, by the Rev. G. B. Gibbs, Mr. N. Burnley, cloth finisher, Lobethal, to Emma Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. H. Boreham, of Lobethal. EARLE — BRUMBY. — On the 3rd September, at   the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. S. Rossiter, George, second son of Mr. George Earle, farmer, Yongala, to Francis Harriet, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Brumby, Farmer, Uroonda. FERRERO-LYONS.— On the 1st September, at   the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. E. Gratton, assisted by the father of the bridegroom, Wickliffe, fourth son of Signor Giovanni Ferrero. B.B.L., to Augusta Winifred, eldest daughter of Joel Lyons, Kangaroo House, Adelaide. Home papers please copy.           HANCOCK— OLIVER.-On the 2nd September, at the Bible Christian Church, Woolsheds, by the Rev. J. H. Ashton, Edward, second son of the late Mr Edward Hancock, of Red Banks, to Isabella, third daughter of Mr. Robert Oliver, of Woolsheds. HARRISON— PENNEY.— On the 6th August, at St. Philip's Church, Belvidere, by the Rev. James Haughton, Harry Harrison, of Terowie, to Elizabeth Penney, second daughter of the late Thomas Penney, of Marrabel.         HARVEY— ROE —On the 4th September, at Glenelg, by the Rev. S. French, James Harvey, to Maud, eldest daughter of the late J. H. Roe. HUDSON - BELLHOUSE.- On the 28th August, at Christ Church, North Adelaide, by the Ven.   Archdeacon Marryat, George, second son of Mr. William Hudson, of Farrell's Flat, to Edith Scott, eldest daughter of Mr. John S. Bellhouse, of North Adelaide. HUMPHREYS— HUMPHREYS.— On the 26th August, at St. John's Church, Salisbury, by the Rev. Thomas Field, James William Walter Humphreys to Margaret Humphreys, late of the Botanic Gardens, Adelaide. KEYNES— SHANNON.— On the 27th August, at the Duck Ponds, Moculta, by the Rev. W. H. Newbould, Richard Robinson, son of the late Joseph Keynes, Esq., J.P., Keyneton, to Margaret Ruth, daughter of the late Abraham Shannon, Esq., J.P., Moculta. KING— MENADUE. -On the 20th August, at the residence of the bride's mother, Barton, by the Rev. R. Jackson, Charles, fourth son of the late William King, of Virginia, to Alice Ann, fourth daughter of the late Hugh Menadue, of Burton. KIRKHAM— BODE.— On the 26th August, by   the Rev. T. H. Goss, assisted by the Rev. Geo. Hall, John, eldest son of the late John Kirkham, Esq., J.P., of Cliff House, Finniss Flat, to Kate, eldest daughter of J. A. Bode, Esq., of Sunningdale Park, near Strathalbyn. MAIDMENT - HAINES.— On the 1st September,   in the Wesleyan Church, Finnis Flat, by the Rev. J. H. Goss, Edwin John, third son of Mr. W. J. Maidment, of Finniss Flat to Clara, third daughter of Mr. R. Haines, of Ashbourne. MATSON— PATTERSON.— On the 4th Septem- ber, at the residence of the bride's parents, by licence, by the Rev. W. Wilson, of Port Pirie, Walter Matson, of Narracoorte, youngest son of the late A. Matson, of Onetree Hill, to Isabella Watson Patterson, youngest daughter of Mr. A. Patterson, Wandearah. MILLER— BAXTER.— On the 28th August, at Truro, by the Rev. W. H. Newbould, William, second son of James Miller, Esq., J.P., Truro, to Charlotte, second daughter of the late Mr. Richard Baxter, Truro.           MOFFAT—BROAD.— On the 22nd June, at Port     Germein, by the Rev. N. Rogers, William, youngest   son of D. Moffat, of Gumeracha, to Marie E., daugher of Thomas Broad, of Port Germein. O'RILEY— McKENNA.— On the 3rd August, at Port Augusta, by the Rev. B. Nevin, Francis O'Riley, to Ellen McKenna ; both of Beltana.  

O'MALLEY— TIDMARSH.— On the 28th August, at St Ignatius Church, Norwood, by the Rev. Father Peters, P. B. O'Malley, of Morgan, to Annie Rosalie, youngest daughter of John Tidmarsh, Glenelg.     RIDLEY— RAYMOND.— On the 28th August, at the Primitive Methodist Church, Salisbury, by licence, by the Rev. J. G. Wright (uncle of the bride), assisted by the Revs. Jackson and W. Diment,   Frederick, the fourth son of J. Ridley, of Wattle Grove, near Salisbury, to Mary Ann Hannah (Polly) Raymond, eldest daughter of Mrs. W. Dart, of Salisbury. SAINT— CAVENETT.— On the 20th August, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. W. T. Carter, Charles, only son of Mr. Fredk. Saint, of Crystal Brook, to Mary Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. John Cavenett, of Solomontown, Port Pirie. STEVENS-WATKINS.— On the 20th August, at Magill, by the Rev. A. Honner, Frederick Stevens, A.A., Oxon, second son of J. G. Stevens; Esq., of Upton, Essex, England, to Clara Florence, youngest daughter of the late Charles Watkins, Esq., M,D., M.R.C.S., L.A.C., of Melbourne. DEATHS.   ANDREWS-— On the 7th September, at High street, Gawler, Harold John, infant son of John and Jeannie Andrews, aged 14 days.   BAKER. — On the 1st September, at Woodville, Mary-Ann, the beloved wife of George Baker, aged 49 years. BRADLEY.— On the 29th August, at the Grange, after a long and painful illness, Reuben, the beloved husband of Jane Bradley, and eldest and beloved son of William and Abigal Bradley, aged 35 years. BRIDGMAN.— On the 31st August, at Gilbert street, Adelaide, after a few hours' illness, Amelia Bridgman, formerly of Morphett-street. BOOTHEY.— On the 28th August, at Cherry Gardens, Thomas Boothey, aged 77 years. A colonist of 44 years. BOWDEN.— On the 5th August, at Glenellen, Wilmington, John Bowden, aged 33 years. Deeply regretted. Leaves a widow and three children.   BURDON.— On the 2nd September, at his resi- dence, Islington, John Burdon, in his 80th year. CASWELL.— On the 31st August, at William street, Norwood, Frank Burbidge, fourth son of Mr. William Caswell, Lincoln, England, aged 26. CRAIG.-On the 1st September, at Yackamoo- rundie, Charlotte Jane, the beloved wife of James Craig, and second daughter of Mr. James Atkinson, aged 26 years. DELANO.— On the 2nd July, at Dunedin, New Zealand, William Bland, eldest son of William and Mary Ann Delano, Queen-street, Norwood ; aged   42 vears. DOBBIE.— On the 9th of September, at her resi- dence, Norwood, Sophia Monteith, relict of the late William Dobbie, aged 67 years. EBSWORTH.— On the 27th August, at Hindley street, Albert E. W. Ebsworth, age 40 years. EDE. — On the 20th August, at Russell-street, Glanville, of congestion of the brain, Edwin John, eldest son of E. J. Ede, aged 5 years and 10 months. ELLISON.— On the 21st August, at Birkenhead,   Jane, the youngest beloved daughter of Iver and Jane Ellison, aged 9 months.   FAX. — On the 27th August, at Adelaide, Thomas   Fax, leather merchant, late of Leigh-street, Ade-   laide, in the 83rd year of his age. Arrived in the colony in 1839. FELTHAM.— On the 30th August, at Gilbert   street, Adelaide, Matilda, the beloved wife of Joseph, Feltham, aged 66 years. Wilton papers please copy. FORGAN. -On the 25th August, at Crystal Brook, of croupal diphtheria, Katie, aged 4 years and 5 months ; also, on the 30th August, Robert, aged 2 years and 5 months, the dearly beloved children of Robert and Mary A. Forgan. FRANKLIN. — On the 18th August, at Par- ramatta, suddenly, James Franklin, of 42, Bank- street, Chippendale, Sydney, and formerly of Car- shalton, England, the dearly beloved husband of Catherine Franklin. Deeply regretted by all who   knew him. FREESTUN. — On the 30th August, at Freeling, Edward Lockyer Freestun, eldest son of the late E.   L. Freestun, late of Gawler, and nephew of the late Colonel Sir William Freestun, Belvider, Dorset- shire, and Captain Freestun, Comb Grove, Bath, Somersetshire, England, aged 35 years.   FRY. — On the 27th August, at the residence of   E. A. Fry, Kent Town, of cancer, William Fry, late   of Kangarilla, aged 60 years. A colonist of 32 years.   Leaves a widow and eight children to mourn their loss.           GASTON.—On the 28th August, at his residence,   Williamstown, of phthisis, Charles Gaston, aged 41   years, an old and respected resident, and born in the   colony.         HEALY.— On the 8th September, at Elbe-street, Glenelg, Eveleen Mary, eldest daughter of Elizabeth and Patrick Healy, aged 5 years. HINCE.— On the 24th August, at the Transcon- tinental Hotel, Quorn, Lillian Clarissa, the fifth and beloved daughter of Mrs. W. B. Carlier, Quorn, and   of the late Mr. F. G. Hince, Adelaide.   HOOD. — On the 14th August, at Border Town,   South Australia, Rice Hood, aged 84 years.     Newcastle Daily Chronicle please copy.             HOWLETT-— On the 22nd August, at her resi -  dence, Grote-street, of consumption, Elizabeth, the   beloved wife of James Howlett, and fourth daughter of the late James Quirke, of Melbourne, aged 26   years. Requiescat in pace. LYONS.— On the 7th September, at the Sema- phore, from croupal diphtheria, Edith Moray, daughter of W. P. and Helen Lyons, aged 1 year and 5 months. MALLION.— On the 21st August, at Gawler, Thomas Mallion, aged 64 years, late of Sandy Creek,   and formerly of Suffolk, England. English papers   please copy.   McCALLUM — On the 31st August, at Dash-         wood's Gully, Neil McCullam, late of Mount Moriac,   Geelong, and formerly of Kilmory, Argyleshire, Scotland, aged 95 years. Geelong papers please copy. MOORE.— On the 29th August, at Devon-street,   Goodwood West, Victoria Agnes, only daughter of Frederick and Martha Moore, aged 1 year and 9 months, accidentally drowned. OWEN.-On the 21st August, at Port Lincoln,   Sophia, relict of the late James Owen, in her 72nd year.   PADMAN.— On the 5th September, at Jetty-road,     Glenelg, George Theodore, surviving son of Geo. W. and Annie C. Padman, aged three years and four   months. RICHTER— On the 4th September, at his resi- dence, Wall-street, Norwood, Adolph Richter, aged 51 years. For 30 years a resident of Kapunda. SARRE.— On the 4th September, at Rhynie, of abscess on the brain, Bessie Mary, the youngest daughter of James and the late Ruth Sarre, aged 6 years 2 months and 6 days.   SELWAY.— On the 30th August, at Stepney, Mary Ann, dearly beloved wife of John Selway. "Safe in   the arms of Jesus." Guernsey papers please copy. SMITH. — On the 6th September, at the residence of Dr. Esau, Woodside, Frederica Helen, only child of J. R. and the late M. F. Smith, aged 16 months. STODART.— On the 23rd August, at Kapunda, Thomas, the dearly beloved husband of Charlotte Jane Stodart, aged 53 years. A colonist of 45 years. Deeply regretted. VAWSER.— On the 27th August, at Hindmarsh,   Emma, the beloved daughter of James and Sarah J. Vawser, aged 26 years.   WARHURST.— On the 5th July, at Openshaw, near Manchester, England, Isaachar Warhurst, Pro- fessor of Music, &c, aged 77, beloved father of Edward Warhurst, Adelaide. WILKS.— On the 1st September, at her residence, Mount Bryan East, Catherine, relict of Thomas Wills, aged 74.   WILLIAMS.— On the 30th August, at Tarrawatta,   near Angaston, William Tresidder Foulger Williams, aged 84. Cornish papers please copy.  

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